To Kneel or Not to Kneel? – by Terry Howard

“The Robert E. Lee High School Fighting Leeman!” There’s a cultural tug of war raging across the nation and it has seeped down into “small town USA,” my little hometown in Virginia notwithstanding. And seemingly there’s no end in sight. On one side the argument is to remove the name of Robert E. Lee, a … Continue reading To Kneel or Not to Kneel? – by Terry Howard

Hispanic Targeted Ads – by AHAA

Study Shows Steep Increase in Corporate Efforts to Target Hispanics The top 500 U.S. marketers are allocating about 8.4 percent of their overall ad spend to Hispanic dedicated efforts, this is up from 5.5 percent in 2010, according to a new report from AHAA: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing. Over the past five years, the … Continue reading Hispanic Targeted Ads – by AHAA

Advisory Board

Many thanks to the ADR Advisors for helping to make the American Diversity Report an exemplary inclusion resource. Scroll down to see their profiles. Advisory Board: Dr. Janét Aizenstros Dr. Janét Aizenstros is a signatory with the United Nations Business Action Hub (UNBAH) for the United Nations Global Compact Network. She is an award-winning businesswoman with … Continue reading Advisory Board